Doyle & Mallinson

Doyle & Mallinson

Artist's statement

Our current practise involves all mediums. Usually the piece is formed from a found image or object, whose function or aesthetic value is tampered with and subverted or forced into a marriage with an incompatible or unlikely partner. Recent works include 'King Tat' 2005, (John Hansard Gallery), an installation in the form of a two part tomb, and 'Black Forest Ghetto' 2006, (Keith Talent Gallery), a series of fake wood carvings based on objects found in East London charity shops.